Jeremy Drake wrote:
> The intel C compiler for linux emulates gcc
> by default, which means it defines that and looks very much like gcc
> to configure.  However, it does not get along with the added -W flags
> very well.  They don't seem to kill it, but some of them give
> warnings about unsupported command line options and others produce
> insane amounts of output from the compiler.

Details please.  Which options are unsupported and what happens if you 
use them?

Peter Eisentraut

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